More Japanese emigrants are found in Brazil than any other country, giving Japanese Brazilians a significant demographic presence in Brazil.
According to a 2013 BBC World Service Poll, 71% of Brazilians view Japan's influence positively, with only 10% expressing a negative view, making Brazil one of the most pro-Japanese nations in the world.
^Helen Lanto Quan (2002), Finance, diplomacy and development: a study of Brazilian-Japanese relations in the twentieth century, University of California
^Takayo Yamada (1996), The economic relations between Brazil and Japan: the role of foreign direct investment (dissertation submitted in part requirement for the degree Master of Business Administration, Department of Management Studies, University of Glasgow), University of Glasgow
^The Japanese economy, M.E. Sharp, 2002, "The largest amount of Japanese migrants worldwide is found in Brazil"